Stop the (holiday) music

  • Article by: JEFF STRICKLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 12, 2012 - 3:36 PM

There's a science to annoying us with these familiar holiday tunes.

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elli445Dec. 12, 1210:13 PM

When the gas station plays it 24/7 one month before Christmas, it has gone a little too far.

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cosmicwxdudeDec. 13, 12 8:26 AM

If we could just regulate it to December only I would he happier.....I used to love Christmas music and still do, but not beginning Nov1

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stego1962Dec. 13, 1210:03 AM

For some reason, it seems that Christmas is the only holiday that matters. How about some Chanukah songs and/or decorations?

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medvezhonokDec. 13, 1210:08 AM

I Love Christmas music, keep it coming as much as you want. Silent Night, Holy Night, all is calm, all is bright

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medvezhonokDec. 13, 1210:10 AM

Listening to Christmas music in December is a lot better than hearing the same repeated classic songs every day, 365 days a year, at the same time on a certain rock classic radio station.

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binkimaeDec. 13, 1211:02 AM

Let It Snow, Let It Snow is not a Christmas song. Winter Wonderland is not a Christmas song. Sleigh Ride is not a Christmas song; it's actually a song about a winter birthday ("There's a birthday party at the home of Farmer Grey"). Most songs you hear on the radio and in public this time of year have nothing to do with Christmas. "Songs of the Season" would be a more accurate appellation.

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squarnDec. 13, 1211:30 AM

I cannot wait until this month is over, and I can have my two favorite radio stations back. I don't like being forced to listen to that previously mentioned classic rock radio station that plays the same songs over and over, but right now that's all that is out there.

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axadistDec. 13, 1212:08 PM

Don't shop at the stores if you don't like their music... Keep the Christmas music coming!!!

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